Filtering and A/B Cue on Pages View


#1

Q: What feature / functionality are you looking for?
A: I am looking to have a way to filter and or see from the page overview view which of my pages have A/B tests running and/ran on them.


Q: What problem are you trying to solve?
A: I have lots of pages in my Unbounce instance but not all of them have A/B tests implemented on them. Sometimes I forget which pages have them and it takes a while to find the A/B test I want to check on.


Q: If solved, what value would this provide (ex. increased efficiency, cost savings, etc.)?
A: This would provide me increased efficiency as there would be visual cues at to which of my pages have A/B tests being run.


Q: Use Case example? (ex. As a ____ I want to be able to _____ so I can _____.)
A: As a marketer I want to be able to easily tell which pages I have A/B tests running on so I can find them with ease and monitor their success.


Q: Is this being solved by another workaround or any other tool today?
A: No, I have to click though my pages to find them. If it gets really bad it could be solved by changing our naming convention.


#2

Hi @PatrickBradshaw,

I’m sure the Unbounce team would take your suggestion under advisement but in the mean time if you are looking for a quick fix to your issue, I would suggest using groups.

Just create a new group titled “A/B Tests” and tag all of the pages that currently have a running A/B test with it.

I know it’s not perfect but it is an immediate solution.

Best,
Hristian


#3

@Hristian thanks for the suggestion. If it becomes a problems before something is implemented I might try that, however currently we use our folders to help us find the different conversion points they are being used for, ie Website Assets, PPC, Webinars, etc.


#4

You can also have a page belong to more than 1 group. This way you can keep your existing groups but add one more where you can keep track of the pages with tests.

The other quick fix I can think of is to change the title of the page but that seems like more work.


#5

Hi @Hristian,

Thanks for posting this feature request! I can definitely see this helping marketers who have a lot of pages and want to segment just the ones with A/B Tests.

I’ll add it to our roadmap and let you know when we begin progress on it.

Thanks,
Partho